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Farmingdale Village Pops Schedule

Friday, 09 July 2010 00:00

Free Concerts Located on the Village Green

The Pops are on the Village Green and are free. Bring your own chair or blanket to relax and enjoy.

Sun, July 18, 5 p.m.:  Picnic Pops featuring St. Kilian Players

Wed, July 21, 7:30 p.m.:  Concert

Wed, July 28, 7:30 p.m.:  Concert

Wed, August 4, 7:30 p.m.:  Children’s Concert

Wed, August 11, 7:30 p.m.:  Finale: Music of WWII



Sons of Italy Sponsors Amante Concert

Friday, 02 July 2010 00:00

In what has become an annual tradition in Farmingdale, the Sons of Italy-Columbus Lodge #2143 announce they have sponsored, in conjunction with the Town of Oyster Bay, a free “Music Under the Stars” concert for local residents.  Columbus Lodge President Anthony Ventiera announced that this year’s concert would feature Italian Opera Tenor Michael Amante.  The concert is set for Monday, July 12 at Ellsworth W. Allen Town Park at 8 p.m.  Arrive early and bring your lawn chairs.


Republic Airport Vision Plan Update: Still in Step One of Five-Step Plan

Written by Rachel Shapiro Friday, 02 July 2010 00:00

Consultants and Airport Officials Meeting With Civics, Then Businesses

Over two months after Republic Airport in East Farmingdale announced they were committed to completing a Vision Plan and statement, airport officials have said they are still in the first step of the five-step study.


‘Shed the Meds’ Brings Drugs Off the Streets

Friday, 25 June 2010 00:00

Senator Kemp Hannon and Senator Carl L. Marcellino recently partnered with the Nassau County Police Department to help residents safely dispose of their expired or unused medications, bringing four, 30-gallon bags of unused medications out of the households of residents.


Memorial Bench Donated for Resident Who Died in Car Accident

Written by Rachel Shapiro Friday, 25 June 2010 00:00

A Compromise Between Village and Family, Bench Is a Place to Remember

When 19-year-old Kaitlyn Krokowski died on an icy winter night in Farmingdale, her friends and family found solace in visiting the site where she took her last breath. Now, less than a year and a half after her car slid on black ice, hitting a utility pole in Farmingdale Village on Jan. 19, 2009, one local businessman has paid for purchasing and engraving a memorial bench, as a substitute for the pole where Kaitlyn’s friends and family visit.


Greater Farmingdale Community Land Trust Established

Written by Rachel Shapiro Friday, 18 June 2010 00:00

Board Welcomes Members to Discuss Land Issues

Holding their first official meeting this week, the Greater Farmingdale Community Land Trust has a goal to be an active voice in the community when it comes to land development.


Newsletter Sent to Residents Stirs Controversy at Village Hall

Written by Rachel Shapiro Friday, 18 June 2010 00:00

Village Established Ethics Panel; Mayor Considering Legal Action Against Editor

A week or so ago, about 2,700 households in Farmingdale Village received a newsletter entitled Eye on the Village, creating a controversy that has stirred up some commotion and may produce a lawsuit.


At HorseAbility, Horsing Around Is What They Do

Written by Alicia Occhiogrosso Thursday, 10 June 2010 10:48

(Occhiogrosso is a Professional Communications Student at Farmingdale State College)

Camp Gives People With Special Needs a Reason to Smile

There are many up and coming programs all around Long Island for the special needs community but HorseAbility at the Thomas School of Horsemanship in Melville has been around for 18 years, serving the special needs community.


Babylon Supervisor: We’re Moving Forward With Transit Plan For Route 110

Written by Rachel Shapiro Friday, 11 June 2010 00:00

Rail Road Station Put on Hold; Planning for Bus System

In April, the Long Island Rail Road announced they were holding off on re-opening the proposed East Farmingdale station near Republic Airport because of budget constraints. But Babylon Town Supervisor Steve Bellone said that doesn’t mean the transportation overhaul of Rt. 110 will be held up.

“We’re moving forward on the planning for that right now, we’re looking toward the next phase of the study,” Bellone told the Farmingdale Observer, referring to planning for the railroad station as well as a bus rapid transit system. “It makes sense and can start to be implemented at a low cost. Conceptual study for bus rapid transit concluded that it makes sense. We’ll be doing more detailed planning that will get us to the point where we’re ready for a detailed design.”


Able-Ride Users See Services Cut, Now Must Find Alternatives

Written by Rachel Shapiro Friday, 04 June 2010 00:00

MTA: We Regret Having to Cut But We Have to Fix Our Deficit

 As of last Wednesday, May 27, users of MTA Long Island Bus Able-Ride program will have to call the service’s hotline to determine if they are still eligible for service.

A Federal U.S. District Court judge hearing lawsuit arguments against the MTA ruled last week that the transportation authority was allowed to institute the cuts that had been delayed since April.


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